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Decorate Your Home

Deck the Halls

The holidays are here, it’s time to deck the halls!  Here are some places to pick up a tree, wreath and more:

Christmas Tree 4 Me (online)
This new service lets you have a beautiful Christmas tree delivered right to your door without every having to leave the comfort and warmth of your home!  You simply select one online and they’ll deliver it for you!  They even have a service to put the lights on your new tree too!  They also have hand-decorated wreaths available and for delivery and Pop Up Shops around the city if you want to check out the merchandise in person!  For more information visit here! 

Lambert’s Rainbow Fruit (777 Morrissey Boulevard)
Not only having some of the best fruits and vegetables in town, Lambert’s also offers Christmas trees, wreaths and kissing balls.  Lambert’s is open Monday-Saturday 7am-9pm and Sunday 7am-7pm.

Market Studio (12 Ericsson Street – Dorchester ):
Market Studio offers unique floral arrangements that are whimsical yet classic. This holiday season expect greens, festive arrangement, mini trees and more!  Market Studio can help you get the front of your home ready with garland, wreaths, and trees for your stoop!  Be on the lookout for holiday DIY classes too!

Sunny Florist (9 West Broadway):
This flower shop has just what you need to make your house festive this holiday seasons.  From trees, to garland, wreaths and creations to beautify your stoop, Sunny’s is located at 9 West Broadway.  They also have gorgeous hostess gifts like customized air plant terrariums!

Stapleton Florists (635 East Broadway):
If you want something special for your front stoop, Yani and his friendly staff will help you select garland, roping and wreaths – they’ll even attach a festive bow.  Also on hand, poinsettia plants, kissing balls, and mini trees.

 

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